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The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requires businesses to have contractual terms in place with their processors and the principles of accountability and data protection by design and default mean that it is now more important than ever that businesses have written data sharing terms in place. Our experienced team are at hand to help you prepare your data processing and data sharing terms, both as standalone agreements and as part of your commercial contracts.
The large fines implemented by the GDPR have focused businesses’ minds on the potential liabilities imposed by data protection non-compliance and are demanding indemnities and high liability caps as a prerequisite for commercial dealings. Our experts can provide jargon-free advice so you can assess and minimise the data protection risks presented to your business; going beyond legal terms to operational measures businesses can take to manage their compliance.
We have a genuine dedication to all of our clients with an aim to build long-standing relationships, and, ultimately, become your trusted advisors. We do this through maintaining consistently high client service levels and tailoring our advice to your company’s needs and objectives.
Many of our data protection specialists have worked in-house for a variety of sectors. They understand the unique requirements of different businesses and will ensure that their advice is both commercially focused and tailored to your company.